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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

ta PANT AND WALL EABEJB Heath and Milligan's Best Prepared Paints.' The Latest Designs in the Latest Wall Paper Beautify The Home, 0. L. Shannon Tho Drug Man. Durant Gossip From Saturday's Dally. Prof. MoCroatly of Silo was in tho city today. S. E. Bullard of ' Mead was in tho city today. Z. W. Rains va6 up from Ster rott this afternoon. Rev. A. B. L. Hunkapillar of Atoka spent last night in tho city. Charley Tye left today for an extended business trip to Detroit, Mioh. Judge Raymond qi Muskogee has returned home from "Wash ington. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bayless of Atoka wore in the city last after noon. N Mr. and Mrs. J. -P. Griffin of Utica wero in the city shopping last afternoon. Burton Richards, a legal light of Bennington, was in tho city . this morning on business. John "Watson, an .attorney of Cameron, Texas, an old Alabama friend of R. It. "Williams, is in Durant visiting him. It Mrs. Pere Durant returned home last afternoon from Tuska- l . , . , . noma ana ones Acaaemy, wnere...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

3, 3 ti a iv. .en A h H V ; J .4,.- v DURANT IS HONORED BY VISIT FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Groet3 Ovor 8,000 School Chil dren, SoldiorB, Ladies, Fattn era and Business Men. DELIVERS A FIVE-MINUTE SPEECH Praises the School Children and . Waves Grooting to Them. Presented With Boqutit . of Flowers. From Thursday's (April 6th) Dally. Yesterday Honorable Theodoro Roosevelt, President of tho United States, honored this city with hia prosonoo. Yesterday thousands of cheering citizens, for tho first and perhap3 the last time, looked upon the man, who, mightier than any of tho kings of tho earth, rules the greatest na tion the world has over known. It was no small honor to have tho President in Durant. To him and his distinguished party all Durant bid them a most heat ty welcome. For more than an hour in ad vance of the coming of tho Pres ident's train tho people gathered at ' tho depot nnd anxiously awaited the coming of 'he "Groat Father." The sohool children, a thousand strong, a largo bo...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

44-f4M-M TTTTT TTTT1 imi:: ... Jack Harkaway's p-r!-!?' XXXXJ' ' t ' ttt T k YTT T Schooldays ....By BRACEBRIDGE HEMYNG TTT 'V .A i4AAAAAAtftAAAA444t4AltfcAd HHHW-'msHm'K"H),H like n brick, and, mind orio tblng." "Whnt la that?" "Don't say a word nbout what tins occurred here, or you wlil only get mo Into a row nnd do yourself ho good." Jack nodded and started oft nt a brisk trot to tho school, whilo Ilunston started for tho boatliousc. When ho got back to thn school, Jack changed his clothes and then went to the schoolroom nnd sat dovn and read a book, as he hnd some time to while nv.hy before tea. A little be fore 0 Mr. Molo entered tho schoolroom and loolfrt round him. "Uarkaway," he srtld, "have you fin ished your punishment." "No, sir; I haven't douo It." "Not dona It!" repeated MY. Mole, growing red In the foce with rising anger., "Why, may ask?" irnecaiRo f haOT tho cramp In my right hand, sir, and, not being left handed.' I could not write with tho other." Jack felt that hq ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 14 April 1905

-. I Lv F I "jyi 5. r 11 ft YOUR WIFE'S HUSBAND owes it to his wife, his children and himself to eat nothing but puro, fresh and clean moats, tho kind wo aro selling. If youror dor your meats fro this niarkot you can depend upon it being right. Mitchell & Malone. Successor to Marr & Williams PHONE 123. mmturfc tfH ., Like The Dove With Her Olive Branch Is the set of artificial teeth wo supply to enso aching gums brings peaco. What's tho use sufforing when wo driro pain away at such littlo cost? Don't caro what your tooth trouble is wo can remedy it quickly, pain lessly, economically. Makoan appointment today. Dr. M. A. Woodward Rooms 1 and 4, over Choctaw Chickasaw National Bank. Dr. W, L. Kendall PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office Stovcns-Harlo Building. Resi dence Phono No. 49 J. C.TERRELL, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In News Building. OTice Phone a, Residence Phono 39. tJ. H. CROCKETT DENTIST Rooms 25 and 27, Slcphono-Harle Building. DR. J. E. COYLE PHYSICIA.N&9URG...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

x,-1 '' ekla ISetos DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, APRIL, 21, 1005. Volume XI Number 16 vv LI Vi DECLARE STRIKE Master Builders' Association De olare A Lookout of All Un ion Men at Muskogee AVE NIMIED MEN ARE IDLE It is Probable That the Business Men of the City Will Take a Hand Meetings Are Held. Muskogee, L T., April 10. The strike situation in Muskogee is growing worse instead of bet ter? and it is probable the business men of the city will take hand. The Master Builders1 association ,has declared a lockout and the union men stand pat for a recog nition of the City Trades Council. Yestorday groups of men stood on thf street corners and discuss -ed the situation. At intervals meetings were held by both the association and labor leaders sep aratoly, and us far as oan be learned both sides continue to be obstinate. Fully 500 men are idle. E. 8. Warner and others, who were about to commenoo the erection of a five-story business atruoturo in the heart of the city, h...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

' V i9MiiK. -- .&,. v- V- si' --. .n ! r: 5 i n r? . V ' (V- The Durant Weekly News EWIS PAULLI Editor and Proprlotor. N R. HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Offico of Publication, North Third Avonuo, Durant, I. T. Entorodat tho Postoffico at Durant as Second Olasa Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year ... Six Months Three Months $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. nnliv hv Mall. One Year- $3.50 Daily by Mall, Six Months n-tl.f liv Afntl Threo Months... 1.85 1.00 Daily Delivored, Per Month 40 Subscribers desiring tho address of their papora changed -will please givo both tho old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71; JO DURANT, I. T., APR. 21, 1005 INDIAN TAX. The News does not suppose it will do any good to kiok4 against anything or any wrong that oan be heaped upon the whito people in thie land of the down trodden red man. But of all unjust, in iquitous, uncalled for, unconsti tutional taxes that have or ever will bo paid, the merchant's tax and cattle tax are the most unju...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

T . i rnffimEw fTTTT fii: T3TTr tTttT' Jack Harkavyay's Schooldays ....By BRAGEBRIDGE HEMYNG .?.j.4....4MM..;.4f.M.,.,.,.t. .(.., j.A4.j.AA.tHi Tho nolso was instantly hushed". "At the snino time," said Sir. Craw cour, "I see no reason to remit tho pun ishment which you shirked. Discipline must bo kept up. You will do the task and hand It In to Sir. Molo borons you are again permitted to. take recreation. After that you will repent the task for my satisfaction, as I must show my senso of displeasure at your boldness In going out to play when strictly or dorcd to remain Indoors. About the subterfugo of the cramp in your hand I shall say nothing, as It wus suggested to you by a greater culprit, do to your seat" Sack went away much pleased to get oil so easily. It was now Uunstou's turn. "You, Hunston, aro now in Mr. Pum plcton'a fourth class,'" Sir. Crawcour continued. "I shall disgrace you by turning you down Into tho second, where you will bo among tho llttlo boys under Sir. Stonor....

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

to f l(!i r . a Fifty Years the Standard baking Made from pore cream tartar deriraf from grog PHICK BAKING PCI WD En CO.. RHICCC. LAWSON IN FRONT. Thomas V. J.awson has ent ho Nows a cut in which u bund of frenzied financiers togged out asrobbo'.s hnvo hold up Uncle Stun, ami hilvo bound him hand and foot and are trying to forco him to go in partnors vi h thtmi in waylnyihg Lawson. On tho other sido of this is an addrosa to tho press of mer iou and Europo, which is a litllo enigmatical: "Tho 'System' has Lawson of Boston juBt whore it wants him short up to hiH ears of malga mated and Stoel Preferred. They'll bieak him. Good-by, Tom, good-by?" "Tho oxponso of carrying on my "Frenzied Finanoo" oam paign, which has n )v bet n run ning ten months, has averaged .A A II . . T I 1 I "" M"-- u,uuu a momn, out i regret totclwul)crlain.s p-nin Uam, The hand and Praotical Bookkeeping'. It U as easy for i s to give jx com plotd courvo of shorthand in thr -o months with tho Byrne as it u-ed to b...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

i :ish Are Biting And, of course, you havo n han kering lo slldo away from tho -buzz.of business and sponda while with tho finny tribo. That's natural. You will havo good luck and raako many a good catch If you get your fishing' tacklo horo, for wo navo an tno ' n provoddovlcosard apparatus for .mine nsr in tho hlcr . h. . - :o anu ntuo haul flali Fishing will bo a success and fishing will be7 a delight if you carry with you . somo of tho taoklo wo are sell ing to thoso who aro wiso to tho right way to land them. 4 BUY NOW!! 0. L Shannon Tho Drug.Man. Mrs. Alloo Birohfield has re turned homo from Chiokasha whoro alio has boon attendine tho errand lodiro of Roboknhn. John Winfred of Duranfc has removed his family td this place, and will tako ohargo of tho Rav Bros, blacksmith shoo Atoka Nows. Durant Gossip From Saturday's Dally. Judge Thos. C. Humphry and Fred Kinkade wore in tho bity last evening erirouto from Ant Ier)a to Atoka. James A, Maddox, traveling Representative for the Dal...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

T-T-1. HOLDS DOWN TWO BIG JOB LOTS OF GAME EAST OF HERE GREATEST REVIVAL IN HISTORY OF DDRANT CLOSED LAST NIGHT Results, Good arid Bad It t t.;v k r i t. . A. W Hofloy is Chairman of tho Choctaw and Chiokasnw Townsite ommission HE' WILL DIVIDE , HIS TIME Betweon Ardmoro and Atoka- Krebs and Coalgate to Be Rv - Appraised Hefloy From Kansas A. message from Muskogoe an nounces tho appintniont of A. W. Hefley as ohairman of tho Choc taw townsito board to succeed Oolonol 8hopard, rosigned Mr. Hefley was advised of tho ap pointment several days ago and ho immediately went to Atoka, tho lieadquartors of the townsito commission, to oonsult with Mr. Smizer, tho seoretary of tho Choctaw townsito commission. Mr. Hefley said that he had accepted tho position and that he would divide his time between Aidmoro nnd Atoka. He said that Mr. Smizor would continue! to soil lots in the Choctaw Nation whioh.is noarly 'finished. There are two towns that will have to bo appraised again Krebs and Coalgate. ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

,m , tok ),. ' e ). ie r. ar 3d va0 ut he' til-se- uy )S., of tarn avv M Hi jesf lor nl- iold' TAMED BUTTERFLIES, They Are Made ot Tlnnno l'micr, lint Yon C Make Them Kly. This Is a very Interesting as well ns , pretty experiment. Tnko tlssuo paper nntl trtit out Hr urds to represent buttcrllleH. Color them If you wish with crayons nnd not with paints. Then fasten n silk thread to each butterfly nnd bring tho ends of tho threads together, tucking tliein down ns you sco In tho picture. Xow tnko n sheet of goodj stiff pa- per, such ns n page from n ningazliio. 3 OUIUINO THE BtriTOlFIJES. Hold It over heat until It Is thoroughly warm, but bo enrcful not to scorch It. f Then' lay It down on tho tnblo and rub 1$ .vigorously with tho pnlm of your hand (seo that your hand Is th6roiigh"ly ury beforehand), using n rapid bnclr anil forth movement. i&Vhpn you think you havo produced a ltllclent friction ston tho rubblnc. nnd ' hold tho shoot of paper horizontally over thb( butterflies near...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 21 April 1905

itvrt(tJWvf "V , AU, ,Aj jCmStHWlr. .-. "S ' u 4 I - I; 1 1 w-. i J , l. f V YOUR WIFE'S HUSBAND owes it to his wifo, hia children and himself to oat nothing but puro, fresh and clean moats, tho kind wo arc selling. If your or der your moats fro this markot you can dopeml upon It boing right. Mitchell & Malone. Successor to Marr & Williams PHONE 128 Like The Dove With Her Olive Branch is tho set of artificial teeth wo Bupplyto oaso aohlng gums brings peace. What's the use -sufforing when wo drive pain away at such little cost? Don't care what your tooth trouble is wo can remedy it quickly, pain lossly, economically. Makoan appointment today. Dr. M. A. Woodward Rooms 1 and 4, orer Choctaw- ' Chickasaw National Bank. Or. W, L. Kendall PHYSICIAN & SURGEON J Office Stevens-Harle Building. Resi dence Phone No, 40 J. C TERRELL, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office In News Building, Office Phone 3, Residence Phono 39. J. H. CROCKETT DENTIST Rooms 25 and 27, Stephens-Harlo Buildin...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

I A j T(j ST. .N 5 Li Volume Xt. DURANT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, APRIL, 28, 1005. Number 17 j .' i V 'Hit "' ' '' ' ' ' weiui fiera i t t' 1 r A BIG ; Commencing Friday and Saturday April '38th and 29th, and continuing all through the following week. Prices ou Ladies', Misses, and Children's Hats cut all to pieces. Now is your chance tp.get Hats cheaper than you ever bought them. We have just received' a big shipment of pattern and street Hats and more on cut price tag on 75o Hatsj Ejfo Jppaner Price 35c $2.60 Hats, Eye Opener Price . . . , $1 .50 $5.00 Pattern hats, eye oponer price 3.50 $10.00 Pattern hats, eye opener Price ', ,.,,.. 6.Q0 Vm ,. ' - Everybody Invited to the Big Sale m 1 Hampton Dry Goods Co 1 ro Next Door to Durant National Bank. ffi vM ji mj k m m tt m t M w m BM LIVELY TIMES, ARE AHEAD t .; 4i i-trH ' o liji vlTTi.ti,'11 t wnen ouuruiary .xiuuuiuuh. la Officially .Inform'ed.of .Action oi tho Indian, cmeis. 2 '!' N ""O I k KATY, fOULD FOHESTAU)jf...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

WM iipt Mifj -t i tA,llWX. j-a- r rfcwi 3 k fltoi!fWfii'Wi'i i! i : &' H If The Durant Weekly News LEW ia lA U Iifa IN tor smdfgroprietor. ' Editor r R. H I ME R OU O'L E'N N f- AM ,J Assistant Editor. OMco of Publication, North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postoffico at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. Ono Year ....... Six Months . Three Months. $1.00 .50 .25 DA1LT EDITION, Tlatlv hv TVfnll. Onn Year- $3.60 1.85 1.00 .40 Daily by Mail, Six Months Daily by Mail Throo Months Dally Delivered, Per Month. Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will please give both the old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., APR. 28, 1905 PRESIDENT AND HOOD. STATE- Tho statehood question is set tled. There is no doubt as to what will happen when congress meets again in regular session. Oklahoma and Indian Territory will bo admitted as one state. A majority of the members of the house and senate have expressed themselve...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

.11 -v-v i 4 4 'l''M- 4 XXlt4c k - ' 1 I ra:w Hfciii)J JJAArf. (Jack Haiiaway's IIS ( A w-x r I f 3 A ....By. V" ttWWPtttttMVi 'M''M---Ki'. darcsay L.shaljgetjntp. Jpts of scrapes, I Bhnll want some one to help mo out of them, Mjau shall be mycjium." "Think" yod for nothing-," replied Jack, "Ob, but It is something! My nam ma, Lady. Mordenflcld, wllLask yob to WIlloW Copse Hall In the holidays. She said olio would Inylte any one who was kind to mo and I took u fancy to." cxctalmcd tits' lordship. " Terliaps T would rnthcr-stop here," Jack obtorved. , ( 'jStop hero In this dreadful place! Ob, what n funny fclow you are! vl thought one only came here to learn, because one can't bo a real gentleman if fono la Ignorant. I've my house It Is ay house, you know, for all the prop erty la nilae when I am of age. You could enjoy yourself so ami hare such alee things to cat." "I supposo I ought to thank you for yertir Invitation, and I do, but I don't care to Tlslt people unless I like tbcm," ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

-.... JH.U1 ' J. 1 1 ' Hi v Ri IV v r3i I :i 11 .. Fifty Years the Standard cS& kr w. SVrtwJ lK BAKING POWDER Madi from pun cream of tartar derived from grapes. miCK BAKING POWDER CO. CHICAGO The Durant Weekly News lCewib, paullin Editor and Proprietor. - a f 4R. H 1 14 E R GLENN, Assistant Editor. Otteefei. "JPaWlcatIoB, s Avenue. Durant North -Third Avenue, Durant,!. TV Entered at the Postoffico at Durant as Second Glass Mail Matter. Terms ef Subscription. VfEBKLY. One Year . . $1.00 .CO .25 Biz Months. Three Months- DA1LT EDITION. -by Mail, One Year -by Mail, Six Months Daily-Daily- $3.50 1.85 1.00 .40 Dtiiyby Mail Three Months ... Daily Delivered', Per Month Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed -will please give both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T APR. 28, 1005 881 1 President Roosevelt is having a spicy holiday. He shot a Cin namon bear. Mr Roosevelt has proved his good aim in bringing down bear. It is now in order for him to t...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

. 0 VFl f i t FOR YOUR 1 TOILET J You always need porfumes, f ae powdw and skla p efara ttes,fBoy soaps, BUbrata, ekthes brusfees and many other things we have not space to mention' here. In selecting articles lor the toilet it pays to buy the beet, the kind we are selling. Our stock is so varied, and so complete that you will have.no trouble in making selections. " 0. L. Shannon Tho tirug Man. (. . . K Durant Gossip "rom Saturday's Bally. J. W. Damron W8S in the city lst afternoon from his farm'near Blue. uiarence vyBmtsu rnvou uulub this morning from a business trip to Ardmore. VSam Rose is confined to his father's home with a well-developed oase of the mumps ,Sam Hynds went down to Mo Kinney, Texas, today to spend Sunday with homefolks. (Joe T. Wilka of Hillsboro, Tex., is prospecting in the city and vis iting his friend, T. R. Landers. Mibs Lizzie Collins has re turned 'from a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Hugh- Bland, at Shawnee, Ok. Ji R. Couary of Benld, 111., is in tho...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

..' "f-I- -it '-.' ,"v"""-r r. ) OFFER FOR SIXTY . O ,,. II DAYS !l h y h rr; :T- i uc Oldest and Journals an Nino Complete Maps, including one of , ) ' naite. InordorlAV, vr'a subscription to TM Twicr - rfpl f"!.x .n... li.rinliiin will unnil. iviwofi in it tube, a Mannldcent Set Wail Chnrta, containing Nine Complete Maps, bosldrs a or arms or nil wealth of statistics and Indispensable man. woman and child In the land. . ft- A . t-ll atana. , aa V a HEADQUARTERS ' FOR UNION & ' P. Indfahoma State. Farmora Unjon V Oooupy. Rooms In S News' Buil'dingr H m w t , ; . & $, 1f ft FIXING UP THEIR OFFICES TODAY Commi-reial Club Moots dnd Ap- Epoints.Committee to-Eurnish - ' the Offices With Eurni,- " turo and Fixtures. Prom Saturday's Daily.' . The headquarters of the India ho'ma Farmers' Co-operative and Educational Union will be in the Durant News building, second floor, throb of the rooms having been rented to the Union. Offi ces are, being fitted up today and the officers of tho...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

J - r i U Wniin MS t V I if 1 STRUCK BY TRAIN. VV . t ttmM' - . One Men Horribly MangWd and Killed, a nonham. Tex., prlj 22. Went Wctfi r" njnby nnd jPInk Hallgy wore ruri ovet In Itit&fhMn ?na IMrinc y,irTb ,t freight car. Wolhexsby was killed but rjght nnd oBlley hanlbly nlangled Tla two men attempted trt cross the irnoH in front of a moving train, when ' 3 were struck. truck, vwethersby wna.prpgtc across the -freer nnd wris" rcmo- n from beninlha the Wheels n limit 7ld fotss of f'.cih nnd bones' Bnlly'e rftrhf leg wok .mashed, und vill have to amputated, nnd he Is otherwise ps 1 qusly Ihjured. ,t LUBBOCK SPOKE. CxQovern6r Addreetes Veteranr end Daughters of Republic , La Ornnge Tex., AjirU 2"!. At tho bnnq.ct tendered Jtho Veterans nnd Daughters of the Republic by ett'ascnt of this city there were 200 guestR. J3x Oovernor Lubbock delivered nnnddresa In which he paid n hlgti tribute Iq thr Texns pioneers. Fund f6r erection of ft monument to Dnwson and his inn and the Mlers pri...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 28 April 1905

ri r Q '5 $ ', i '. H .n - '.V I i 'In :!' I ! t !.'''. B.M? 1. YOUR WlFEfS HUSBAND owes it to his wife, his children and himself to oat nothing but pure, fresh and clean meats, the kind we arc selling. It your or der your racata fro? this market you can depend upon it being right. Mitchell & Malone. Successor lo Marr & Williams PHONE 128. 3 vatassnasrSi me The Deve With Her Olive i lurch ' 'j is the set of artiBcialCtceth wei eupplyto eaao aching) gums 10! brings peace, that's the use Ijt suffering when wo drive pain away at such littlo cost? Don't care what your tooth1troubleis wo can remedy it quickly, paln """''lesdly, economically. Make an .appointment today , Dr. M; A. Woodward! ya , Rooms 1 and 4, oyer Choctaw- , "$,' Chickasaw National Bank. Dr. W. L. Kend&ll ' ' PHYSICIAN &. SURGEON Office Stevena-Harlo Building. Resi k deaco Phone No.40 ,A J. C.TERRELL, fa. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON; OfficVlnNowa Building. Office Phone 3. ! Reaidoace1 PI iono39. if A il H. C...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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